John Dean is back with a fresh look at the quintessential political scandal.
Though there are certainly plenty of deceptions and double crosses in A Most Wanted Man, the human element dominates throughout — particularly the very real sacrifices, compromises, and ultimate costs of its richly drawn characters.
You knew Tom Purdom loves music. But did you know he's an icon of science fiction, too? Find his newly published collection at a Philly Barnes & Noble.
What's wrong with waiting until all the facts are in?
A theatrical tour-de-force, Hinckley is a classic example of how much can be done with nothing more than actors on a stage.
After 30 years in the audience, watching others perform his scripts, it's time to take to the stage.
Relax: We made it through the Cold War without a nuclear attack. Don’t relax: The U.S. still holds 4,500 nukes, all vulnerable to the mishaps and malfunctions that plague every complex human endeavor.
As this masterful production makes abundantly clear, makes clear, Frost/Nixon is really about television: how it simplifies complex ideas and entire careers into a single snapshot.
The Zombies and the Fleetwood Mac guitarist/songwriter Lindsey Buckingham provided reassurance for us aging baby-boomers that, at least sometimes, nostalgia pays.
In her latest song cycle, singer-songwriter Natalie Merchant interprets the words of others through a dizzyingly diverse collection of musical influences, ranging from traditional folk and bluegrass to klezmer, Celtic, classical, jazz and, even a little rock 'n roll.